The assistant director of the pandemic film Don’t Fear, breaks down how indie moviemaking has changed — in some ways for the better.
“Location is character, it’s the fifth Beatle,” says this moviemaker. Here’s a breakdown of the keys to location scouting you may have overlooked.
We sent a veteran AD to the Paramount lot to play with Cine Gear Expo 2018’s new toys. Here are his picks of the litter.
On the surface, being an assistant director sounds simple. During prep, the AD drills down deep into the details, figures out the shooting schedule, balances the needs of casting, locations, equipment, etc., tracks and shares all that information and then, on the day, runs the set.
One eighth of a page: equal ink, but not equal time on the screen. A veteran assistant director on how to break down your screenplay and plan your days.